Articles by Christopher Amurao

I'm just trying to have a good time and produce good journalism. I'm the Web Editor for the Citrus College Clarion.


Unnamed Employee Resigns

A special meeting was called by the Citrus College Board of Trustees at 4:15 p.m. on March 7 to discuss an employee complaint and a possible employee dismissal. No names of employees were mentioned in the notice issued 24 hours prior, as personnel matters necessitate privacy. The public is allowed to stand up and speak in…


Citrus Baseball – Catching Up

The spring semester has begun, and baseball season has been under way for the Citrus College Owls, who have earned a 2-6-1 record so far in preseason play. The Owls are on a three-game losing streak, where pitching woes have allowed nine, 10, and seven runs to visiting opposing teams during the slide. Opposing batters…


Impact of California and LA County Elections

The nation has spoken. Donald J. Trump is set to become the 45th President of the United States of America. Trump won the presidential race in the general election Nov. 8, also decided in the election were several major propositions for California dealing with raising taxes, legalization of marijuana and the death penalty. Residents of…


An Election in a Day

The general election has caused a high amount of voter interest, with local precincts showing early indications of higher than average voter turnout. Voter wait times typically vary depending on the time of day, with spikes during the morning and lunch times as people go before work and during lunch break. “We’ve had over 300…


Azusa gunman rampages near polling places

A local gunman shot at several people in a residential area Azusa on Election Day, prompting the evacuation of the surrounding neighborhood, middle school, and the closure of two nearby polling places. One man was killed and two women were airlifted to L.A. County Hospital after being shot by an automatic weapon. The deceased man…